SUCCESS Partners Co.

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SUCCESS Partners Co.

Category: Positioning & Presence
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  • New: I’ve been involved in the direct selling channel for nearly 30 years. A lot has changed over that time. In the early days, we were pushing the envelope of “high tech” by supplying VHS tapes and audio cassettes as a way to share product and opportunity messages. OK, honestly, we were sharing recruiting messages with …
  • Old: Some products are run-away hits in the direct selling arena. Others may start out with a bang and end up with a whimper. So what are the keys to product success in this channel? I had a question / response posted to a blog several months ago that made me think. The multi-part question centered on the idea that, no matter how loudly the leadership screams it, no products “sell themselves,” and it’s crucial to understand that direct selling companies often compete against supermarket chains and mass retailers. There was a sense of despair in the question. As in “how can I compete” with al

SUCCESS Partners Co.

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 months ago

SUCCESS Partners Co.

Category: Positioning & Presence
Type: Page Metadata Change

Generated 2 months ago

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  • New: Some products are run-away hits in the direct selling arena. Others may start out with a bang and end up with a whimper. So what are the keys to product success in this channel? I had a question / response posted to a blog several months ago that made me think. The multi-part question centered on the idea that, no matter how loudly the leadership screams it, no products “sell themselves,” and it’s crucial to understand that direct selling companies often compete against supermarket chains and mass retailers. There was a sense of despair in the question. As in “how can I compete” with al
  • Old: When you need to get the tough answers necessary to help lead your field to success, there’s a simple strategy you can use. Recently, a CEO who has a great rapport with his top level leaders, employed this technique to uncover information that distributors were reluctant to share with him. He got the answers he was looking for, and the company is back to making strides in revenue, recruiting and retention.

SUCCESS Partners Co.

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 months ago

SUCCESS Partners Co.

Category: Positioning & Presence
Type: Page Metadata Change

Generated 2 months ago

New page description detected.

  • New: When you need to get the tough answers necessary to help lead your field to success, there’s a simple strategy you can use. Recently, a CEO who has a great rapport with his top level leaders, employed this technique to uncover information that distributors were reluctant to share with him. He got the answers he was looking for, and the company is back to making strides in revenue, recruiting and retention.
  • Old: We get many company leaders who come to us and want a brand “refresh” or want us to help them “rebrand” their company. Here’s the problem: Often, all they want is a new paint job on an old company. Worse, they expect the paint job to make everyone feel great about the “new direction” of the company. What direction? What really changes when they go from green to purple and put a cool little “swoosh” design on the logo?

SUCCESS Partners Co.

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 3 months ago

SUCCESS Partners Co.

Category: Positioning & Presence
Type: Page Metadata Change

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  • New: Blog | SUCCESS Partners | Strategic growth solutions for the direct selling industry

SUCCESS Partners Co.

Category: Positioning & Presence
Type: Page Metadata Change

Generated 3 months ago

New page description detected.

  • New: We get many company leaders who come to us and want a brand “refresh” or want us to help them “rebrand” their company. Here’s the problem: Often, all they want is a new paint job on an old company. Worse, they expect the paint job to make everyone feel great about the “new direction” of the company. What direction? What really changes when they go from green to purple and put a cool little “swoosh” design on the logo?

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